British Man Astounded To Hear How Much It Would Cost To Get Mustard Jar Removed From Rectum Under U.S. Healthcare System
LONDON—Expressing surprise upon learning the high price of the commonplace procedure, local British man Roger Hiddleston was reportedly astounded Friday to hear how much it would cost to extract a mustard jar from his rectum under the United States healthcare system. “When a mate of mine mentioned that it could cost hundreds if not thousands of pounds for something as routine as getting a container of Colman’s mustard out of my sphincter, I was flabbergasted,” said Hiddleston, telling reporters that the statistic was a stark example of the prohibitively high cost of medical care in the U.S. “It’s incredible to think that I could spend a week’s pay for something that would take the doctor less than five minutes to fix. And you know this means there must be countless Americans walking around with mustard jars in their anuses, wincing in pain with every step, and they are completely unable to afford help. It’s a bloody disgrace.” Hiddleston added that with the way things were going with the NHS, he could imagine a future where even in the U.K. he could face a hefty medical bill for stuffing objects into his orifices.Advertisement Read more: The Onion
Note to self: Never, EVER pose for stock photos. At least with The Onion, everybody knows it's not real, but still, if that chap was my neighbour or coworker, I wouldn't be able to speak to him without picturing a mustard jar. Should look up how to do it himself on Mayo clinic Excuse me. Do you have any Poupon Grey?
Shouldn’t have asked for Grey Poopon. If he’s English he’ll also need to get his head removed from his rectum!! How does this even happen 😯😖 Have you got any Grey Pou... aw, hell no! Never mind OctopusCaveman Dijon or Plain Yellow? It matters.... Its people like these that keep the illegal Mustard jar removal business flourishing..
Rectum? Darn near killed 'em
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I gotz nothin' on This... But it's Empty! to those replying that there would be a long waiting time to get this done (for free) by the NHS, i say no, it would be done immediately and i'm not telling you how i know that Hey can you guys do a story or poll on where the Dotard should attend services rhis easter? My preference would be Atlah in NYC, but St Louis Cathedral in NOLA would work too.
Money's no object. Teddy_de_Chypre J_a_c_k_tpn My 8 year old said, 'Grey Poopon!' Then he asked me if I got it. Then he asked if I got it. Then he wanted to know if I got it. American Man Astounded to Hear How Long the NHS UK approved time for the impacted mustard jar is before treatment approved. “Expressing surprise upon learning the high price of the commonplace procedure” … where do they think this stuff up from :)
Ford is working with 3M and GE to make respirators and ventilatorsFord announced Tuesday that it's working with 3M and GE Healthcare to produce medical equipment and protective gear for healthcare workers to help address shortages in the fight against the coronavirus. Now, there are 46000 cases in America, but they still fight against each other. However,It just took China 10 days to build a new hospital when January. Why America don’t have the same efficiency with China? I think that’s the problem of American system😔 The carnival barker is announcing a *town hall* on Fox at 1 p.m. I beg you NOT to cover it. The shit show had to end. Didnt know that auto manufacturers have the capacity to produce products in a sterile environment...how long will it take to ramp up their production line to meet this standard? What about the PPE that the workers will need to work the production lines to make these! I call BS
wait mustard jars are a thing guess you learn something new eceryday
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